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... Bilirubin is just one indication of a possible problem but it seems that your levels are now within range. ... (2 replies)
Very bad results!!
Jan 22, 2014
... The ast and alt test only measure acute damage to the liver those can be raised only temporarily due to recent alcohol abuse. Same with ggt I believe. The high direct bilirubin is what would scare me as that can point to permanent liver damage such as cirrhosis. Notice I sain CAN. ... (16 replies)
What could it be?
Feb 17, 2014
... since then have had slight discomfort in liver area, sometimes the area is tender. ... (8 replies)

Very bad results!!
Jan 23, 2014
... Your liver enzymes, especially the GGT, which is a sensitive indicator of alcoholic toxicity to the liver, are certainly concerning, as is your high bilirubin. ... (16 replies)
... levels. So 3 years ago shortly after beginning injecting testosterone my hematocrit was getting high. It was 55 and the RBC was 18. So I had "thick" blood. This is common for people on testosterone. So the doc suggested blood donations. Now I have "thin" blood lol. ... (2 replies)
... Hello all, This is my first post to this board. I've been reading and found all the insights helpful. ... (1 replies)
... You want to follow this up with your doc. 5.2 is rather high when the normal range is 0. ... (1 replies)
... findings Total bilirubin - 5.2mg/dl then Direct - 2.5mg/dl and Indirect - 2.7mg/dl is this normal or any problem (1 replies)
... i have g6pd in bilirubin is high in blood and it cause weight loss and not able to gain doctor sugest phenabarbital . ... (0 replies)
... not eating well and dark brown urine. The doctor believes she looks jaundice which I don't really see. He did blood tests and called me today to say her direct bilirubin is high which indicates some trouble with the liver. Since she is still eating and has energy, he wants to wait and repeat the test on Monday. ... (0 replies)
... what is high bilirubin (0 replies)
... yes it is high. gallstones could cause it to be high among other things. ... (3 replies)
Dec 19, 2013
... There are many people that for some reason have high bilirubin with no problems. Gilbert's syndrome is a hereditary problem that seems to skip a generation but the bilirubin is high, sometimes quite high, in people with little side effects. ... (6 replies)
... This is what is referred to as health anxiety. The URQ pain is actually sore abdominal muscles.. Most anxiety sufferer's have a location on their body that is the focus of most of the stress they endure.. stop going to the doctor.. ... (10 replies)
... I have had similar URQ pains all my life, and I'm 48. My ultrasounds always show a clear gallbladder. But my bilirubin is high normal. 1.2 or 1. ... (10 replies)
Lab Interpretation
Jul 12, 2012
... Creatinine ratio is low, my Bilirubin is high, my ALT is low, my HDL is high. ... (10 replies)
... My bilirubin is also high at 1.8 with the ranges being . ... (0 replies)
... Take my advice, I am also a hypochondriac and worry about my liver. YOu went to your doctor and he told you not to worry about it. He is your doctor, TRUST him and don't worry. One thing I have learned is that asking questions in these forums will not give you reliable answers. ... (2 replies)
... going to have some more routine tests and this time i decided before the test to stop drinking alcohol a month before the test and see if this would bring this high reading down. ... (2 replies)
... you can have high AST ALT with normal bilirubin. In fact high bilirubin is a sign for cirrhosis. ... (3 replies)

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